The brachioradialis is the muscle at the top of the forearm that “blends” into the brachialis at the elbow. It's about two-thirds the way up the humerus with its insertion on the styloid process of the radius. It closes the gap between the forearm and biceps when you’re performing a front double biceps pose. The best exercise to bring up your brachioradiales is the dumbbell hammer curl. The dumbbells can be brought straight up in front or across the chest.
- Rope cable curls
- Reverse-grip EZ-bar curls
WHEN TO HAMMER IT
Do hammer curls at the end of a biceps workout. The dumbbells can be brought straight up in front or across the chest.
HAMMER YOUR BRACHS WORKOUT
Dumbbell Hammer Curl | SETS: 3 | REPS: 8–12
Reverse-grip EZ-bar Curl | SETS: 3 | REPS: 12–15